Donald Trump Closing Message For New Hampshire…

Great video from DefendingUSA – Donald Trump closing message to New Hampshire:

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178 Responses to Donald Trump Closing Message For New Hampshire…

  1. sammyhains says:

    Let’s hope to see a finishing order of something like:

    Trump
    Kasich
    Bush
    Rubio
    Christie
    Cruz
    Carson
    Fiorina

    This order, or one similar keeps the race unsettled for another month at least, which benefits Ted Donald.

    Kasich has no path forward after New Hampshire, so a 2nd place finish for him particularly discombobulates the Establishment.
    The worse Cruz does the better.
    And anyone who finishes behind Jeb Bush is simply not viable.

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  2. mpmp2015 says:

    I’m nervous about the results given Trump didn’t win Iowa, but here’s my prediction:

    Trump
    Cruz
    Jeb
    Rubio
    Kasich
    Christie
    Carson
    Fiorina

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    • notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital says:

      Actually….Trump did win Iowa…

      Cheaters like Cruz and Rubio don’t win…….

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    • sammyhains says:

      Cruz is not liked in New Hampshire. Kasich has been moving up in the polls where several late polls show him creating some separation from the field below, but still 20 points behind Trump.

      Cruz and Rubio have been dropping, and Christie is inching up.

      I can tell you this, dirtbag Ted Cruz finishing 2nd after his underhanded shenanigans would be just about the absolute worst outcome possible.

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      • TheFenian says:

        Totally agree sammy – Cruz has money and a formidable campaign structure. South Carolina has a massive evangelical organization and the Arkansas poll has him in first place at 5+. His strength diminishes Trump. Cruz is the biggest threat by way of splitting the Trump constituency.

        Christie & Kasich finish 2-3, 3-2 is the IDEAL outcome. Niether has money or a campaign infrastructure and neither has the chance of a snowball in hell down south. Rubio at forth ahead of Cruz is what I hope for. Carley at 5th ahead of Cruz is what I am praying for.

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        • Martin says:

          It’s why Trump continues to hammer Cruz. Cruz isn’t going to last.

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          • sammyhains says:

            I think Cruz ends up collapsing under the weight of his growing reputation as the greased pig of politics.

            But I really wish that Ben Carson would take Cruz to court over his eligibility.
            It’s what Huckabee should have done instead of dropping out.

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        • sammyhains says:

          I don’t think Carly can beat Cruz. That is asking for too much.

          You are correct about Cruz being the biggest threat to Trump by splitting his votes.

          I was warning the Treehouse that Ted Cruz was the GOP Establishment’s true secret splitter months ago, when people were still saying it was Christie’s turn, and buying into Cruz’s fake “outsider” sales pitch.

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          • Emma Johnson says:

            That’s what I’ve been thinking too. The GOP has their “establishment candidates” and then they have their “un-establishment candidate in Cruz”. If you follow the money and how they’re linked, you see it. The GOP knows that the electorate is po’d so they have Cruz in there as being the “outsider”. McConnell knows this as well.

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            • lmg says:

              Remember that almost every candidate elected under the “Tea Party” label turned establishment. Mia Love, for example, went right in and voted for Boehner for speaker. Allen West joined the Congressional Black Caucus, voted for “Pigford”, and to my knowledge, accomplished nothing for conservatives. Governors, congressmen, senators – all failed us. They may not have planned to betray their voters all along – maybe they were just weak and succumbed to pressure easily – but betray us they did.

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          • 2x4x8 says:

            Carly has been beat with the ugly stick

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          • Toronto Tonto says:

            Cruz doesn’t think she can beat him, either. That’s why his PAC gave her a half a million dollars.

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    • zzschnops says:

      If you want a perfect likeness for crudz, look up the old TV show, ‘Green Acres’. Find Mr. Haney! … but swallow and put down your cup of coffee first

      He even sounds like crusTED

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  3. marierogers says:

    why would ANYONE not vote for TRUMP? they are either not affected by todays bad economy or they are just too stupid!
    thats just for republicans..now the dems i cant print what i think of them!

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    • 2x4x8 says:

      Free College anyone?

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      • joshua says:

        free college? with no jobs, all that means is 4 years on a dole with some books to read…keeps everyone out of the job market…where there are no jobs anyway.

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    • seventhndr says:

      My honest opinion is that there are two primary reasons.

      One, you have the Republicans that have been brainwashed that our leaders should soft and kind. A good father or grandfather type role model. While I think if you asked them, they’d claim to know, they don’t really seem to when it comes to needing a strong person to deal with our own politicians and something 10x that in dealing with the world. They think being an alpha is bad. The globalists seem to own this group.

      Two, you have the team jersey wearer’s. They get hooked on a candidate and intend to go down swinging with them no matter what. They also usually get their candidate of choice from Rush or Levin. I’ll admit my first interest in Ted was because of Levin. But I didn’t put a team jersey on. Low info conservatives tend to live here.

      Once I saw Trump a few times, I knew he was my guy. A true outside and a nationalist/patriot. Something our country REALLY needs right now. (and later learned enough about Cruz, that I wouldn’t make him dog catcher). I will go down swinging with him, but… should Trump stop being Trump, I’m done. I won’t dig holes with him, like many (not all) Cruzbots seem to be doing with Cruz. But I don’t see Donald wavering. The guy seems to relish in sticking to what he says and proving he was right.

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    • tz says:

      Trump has been lighter on the social issues. Abortion, Gay Marriage. It is easier to say “We’ll say Merry Christmas” than “No Marry across genders” or “Make abortion rare”.
      (not my opinion, I’m 100% for Trump, but you asked).
      Except that the Rev. Ted looked holy as opposed to holier than thou in Iowa (before the dirty tricks), he grabbed some of the constitutional Christians. Rand was not pushing the Libertarian line enough. Carson was decent, but Cruz grabbed his votes.
      If Trump took a hard line on Abortion – require ultrasounds be shown, waiting periods, surgical room standards, and doctors with admitting privileges instead of quack-butchers, he would decimate Cruz completely – The problem with arguing the Constitution is it requires swapping judges in – like Roberts that was a disaster.

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      • lmg says:

        If Trump went hard-line on abortion, he might crush Cruz, but he would lose most of the country. It’s been 43 years since Roe v Wade, and most Americans have lived with abortion freely available their entire lives. That ship sailed long ago. For a lot of people, “abortion rights” is as much of a deciding issue as strong opposition to illegal immigration is for many Trump supporters. And with Muslim refugee rapists currently invading Europe and headed here soon, I don’t see there being any ground-swell movement to make abortions harder to get.

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  4. vinchenzer says:

    Trump has to overcome the MSM, the GOPe, the Progressives, the Donor Class and “True Conservatives” to make America Great Again. Thank God Trump joined the race against all the losers I just mentioned or it would have been Lights out for America.

    Maybe God is still shedding his grace on thee America. Go Trump, the others all chumps, you’re our champ. The only one that feels passionate about our Country and it’s greatness. Bring out.

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  5. Steele81 says:

    I am praying hard for Mr. Trump today. Safety, protection, favor, wisdom, discernment. Like another poster on another thread the scriptural prayer that those who are digging a pit for Trump to fall in will fall in it themselves. Amen

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  6. John Galt says:

    You just can’t make this stuff up. Jeb’s tired. LOL

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  7. Bull Durham says:

    http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/pussy

    Definition of pussy
    plural pus·sies
    slang
    a weak or cowardly man or boy : wimp, sissy

    I think to represent any other meaning is to not grasp the meaning of slang. It is not obscene or crude to call a wimp or sissy a pussy. It connotes weakness, limpness.

    So grow a pair, Media and Liberal limp-wristed pussies. The big boys and girls are coming for their country and society and you’ll have to change back to “real” after a few decades of running things in ‘drag’.

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  8. lmg says:

    It’s too bad that the campaign hasn’t used any of these videos as actual campaign commercials on TV, or on their website. They’re great.

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    • Americat says:

      Agree. Maybe now they will begin to use them for general public consumption. Defending USA creates videos that are sooo powerfully emotional

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    • Bull Durham says:

      Spread them on social media and email them to all your family and friends. It is easy to use the youtube url:

      In this day and age, mobile and streaming is actually more effective if sent by someone in someone’s personal network.

      This is about being digital Patrick Henrys. Spread the word. Send the url link.

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    • Agree 100%. They should. The campaign played one of the videos at a couple of his rallies on the monitor before the speech but it wasn’t one of the best ones. 3 and 4 are my favorite ones. I think they played 1 or 2 where talking heads are speaking badly about him, then it cuts to good stuff. 3 and 4 are so patriotic and heartfelt all the way through. They need to hire @defendingtheUSA.

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      • Ann Woodward says:

        If not “defending the USA” Trump needs to have videographers at all his events. Just flipping through MSM reports earlier today every candidate was in a group shot, surrounded by throngs of supporters. The very few pics of Trump had a small group surrounding him. We all know that Trump has had YUGE crowds both inside the building and outside with lines waiting to come in. His campaign needs a running visual account of public reaction. I realize Trump is new at this game, and I am certain that he will catch on and catch up. Maybe there are fan videos of past rallies that could be edited and compiled for distribution to local support groups for the general election. From personal experience I feel much more comfortable knowing I am a member of such a massive army of like-minded folks.

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  9. Dora says:

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  10. jedimastertrump says:

    Trump says it will cost around 8 billion to build the wall.
    Lets round up to 10 Billion.
    There are about 1000 miles of wall needed.
    That comes out to 10 million per mile.
    That comes out to 1,893 per linear foot
    Lets assume 40 feet high.
    That comes out to 47.35 per vertical foot.
    Lets assume 3 feet thick.
    That comes out to 15.78 money for per cubic foot of wall.

    The current price of one 60 lb bag of Quikcrete is 3.05 at Home Depot.
    One bag yields approximately .45 cubic feet.

    So Two bags + Rebar is going to run at retail prices around 8 bucks per cubic foot.
    Trump will get it much Cheaper…All builders do when they buy in massive bulk.

    That leaves 7.78 per cubic foot for transport installation construction even if he pays full retail for the concrete and rebar.

    Politicians do not understand math.
    Politicians do not understand construction.
    The only things Politicians know how to build is bigger government.

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    • jedimastertrump says:

      why is my comment awaiting moderation?

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      • jedimastertrump says:

        I did not use common core math!

        Liked by 3 people

        • joshua says:

          If you had used common core math, you would not have reached a numeric result, but would have been able to discuss the social and cultural issues in creating barriers between nations and people and how one group offends the self image of others via use of volumes of construction goods that can be obtained easily in free nations as well as off shore national entities whose governments are alternative ideology to that of the USA. You could draw a Ven Diagram to show these concepts and be prepared to stand and discuss this in a quick response in class format.

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      • 2x4x8 says:

        you been a bad boy?

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    • John Galt says:

      Concrete will probably get much cheaper when Trump shuts down China.

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      • jello333 says:

        Wow! Who is that guy?

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        • Triumphant Trump says:

          Ian Scott Anderson, MBE (born 10 August 1947) is a Scottish-born musician, singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work as the lead vocalist, flautist and acoustic guitarist of British rock band Jethro Tull. Anderson plays several other musical instruments, including keyboards, bass guitar, bouzouki, balalaika, saxophone, harmonica, and a variety of whistles. One of the great album rock bands of the 1970’s.

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          • jello333 says:

            Yeah… I was just joking. (Check my avatar😉 ) The guys here even threw me a bit of a Jethro Tull-themed birthday party a couple years ago.😉 Anyway, as I’ve mentioned here before, I consider Ian Anderson the single greatest all-around musical talent not only alive today, but maybe ever. (Maybe I’ll go into more detail in an open thread one of these days.😉 )

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        • rumpole2 says:

          Hey Jello.. you still a “Democrat”.. or is the cure complete? 🙂

          Geeze.. I don’t envy YOU having to decide between Bernie and Hillary … LOL

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          • jello333 says:

            Man, I haven’t been a Dem in a long time.😉 Well, registered that way yeah… but not at heart, you know what I mean. Anyway, no, voting for Trump in our primary. And while I still like Bernie as a person, and I’m happy to see he’s shaking up Hillary and the DNC, nope. Even if Sanders by some miracle wins the Dem nomination, I’ll still be 100% behind Trump. Of course Bernie suddenly going full-BLM idiot makes it much easier.😉

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          • jello333 says:

            And by the way… where you been, dude?

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  11. MVW says:

    Politicians have been selling American worker livelihoods, their jobs, our businesses for pennies, as if we are broke back rent-a-mules to Chinese glue factories, and the Bernie Sander crowds are being offered free beads like was given to American Indians.

    The Cronies and Politicians are out of control, these arrogant white collar crooks have no self restraint in their crooked greed.

    It is best that they learn to back off and let enough sanity back in…. through the electoral process. Best for all.

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  12. Excellent ad. Any ad he makes, makes sense. His kids are articulate and believable.

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  13. redsequin4 says:

    I’m worried about voter fraud. I don’t trust electronic voting that disappears into a black hole without paper ballots to check against those results. Are they using the Microsoft app again? I hope not.

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  14. Trumpster2016 says:

    Ivanka making the rounds today..

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    • flova says:

      I was thinking about the Trump family. How refreshing they are. The young women don’t hang around with Lena Dunham and Beyonce. Their father doesn’t say they would be “punished with a baby;” he is a proud grandfather.

      He taught his children not to drink, smoke or do drugs and he has never done them himself. Do you hear that, Mr. Choom Gang Obama?

      His wife is not a militant Stokley Carmichael dressed in outfits that look ridiculous on a 50 year old woman.

      Melania is so classy and poised –a real First Lady.Unlike Moochelle she loves this country.

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      • TexasRanchQueen says:

        I am also very glad that Mr. Trump is not subjecting his young son Baron to all of this. I also feel that is why Mr. Trump goes home after events as often as possible to be able to spend quality time with Baron. Maybe there is a lesson in this approach for Ted Cruz?

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  15. zephyrbreeze says:

    i LOVE and appreciate Donald’s passion. No other candidate has that passion for America, and the people of America.

    When I contrast him with Romney who also was successful, with a great family, Romney was just on the wrong side of the equation and aligned with the globalists.

    It IS outrageous what has happened to us, because we ARE in an abusive relationship with our government. Donald see us battered and bruised, not just by our own government, but they’ve allowed other people to beat us up, too. China, etc.

    I can’t imagine what America is going to look like a year from now – the state of the union. I know Donald can surf this wave of discontent AND optimism all the way to the White House.

    Praying….

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    • zephyrbreeze says:

      PS. These are my 2 favorite mantras:

      “Life is good and getting better.”

      “Our best days are ahead of us.”

      I really to believe that.

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    • I like to call him the George Patton of Politics…

      Rough around the edges but loves the country and knows winning only.

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      • Katherine McCoun says:

        like the analogy
        my son just read a biography of Patton. An imperfect but great man that my son can admire and respect. I am concerned that as he grows to adulthood the America I am teaching him will not be a reality. Hope this election helps change the current trajectory our nation is on

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      • zzschnops says:

        My cousin served under Patton. Tank driver. He told me he would follow Patton into hell, cause he was the only one who could lead him back out.

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        • NCPatrick says:

          Oh gosh, zzschnops, that is a beautiful and inspiring comment. I really love that and am going to keep and remember it. I just read O’Reilly’s “Killing Patton” and learned a lot, but the speech Gen Patton made to his troops that was printed in toto at the end of the book is the best. Colorful language or not, that man loved his men and his country. Please thank your cousin for his brave service. What remarkable courage!

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          • R-C says:

            At one point, I became personally acquainted with the man they say ‘murdered’ Patton, former OSS agent Douglas Bazata. I knew him as a well-dressed, courtly gentleman with shocking white hair. Always very proper and polite. “Back in the day” he was an irreverent, red-headed fury; a boxing champ and a stone-cold OSS killer. The first I heard of that Patton story was through some of his other acquaintances, when Bazata died.

            Bazata himself admitted to it, but I’d like to hope the story is false. It is not fun to think about which higher-up would have authorized that action: –Walter Bedell Smith? –Ike? –Truman?

            But I’ve learned: “Never underestimate the power of evil people in positions of power.”

            For the record, I thought The BORe Factor’s book on Patton was superficial and amateurish.

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          • Zzschnops says:

            I haven’t read “killing Patton”, but thoroughly enjoyed “killing Lincoln”. My cousin is still kicking and cussing at the age of 92. I will pass your kind comments on to him.

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        • Haha that’s awesome!

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        • shiloh1973 says:

          ZZ, something along the lines from this song from one of my all time favorite movies. White Christmas.

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  16. sundance says:

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  17. TheFenian says:

    FYI
    We live in a nation of idiots. “Low information” is too kind a phrase. My local news station went to the mall this morning and asked people to name who was running for president.

    Of 20 people, half could name either Trump of Hillary, a few named both and one guy said “Benard Saunder or something”.

    The other 10 had no idea. Zilch. Nada.

    But hey, Obama Girl was cool wasn’t she?

    God help us.

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    • zzschnops says:

      The result of years of good old American education.

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      • joshua says:

        and years of absentee parenting too…which is how the education system has been allowed to become so bad….

        the jobs do not only leave our country because of cheaper labor costs.
        they also leave because our American Young Labor Pool Force has no committment to any serious work ethic, nor any desire to learn skills, or to give a days work for a days pay.

        We not only do not educate the youth, but we retard them culturally and socially, and they become TERRIBLE employees for businesses to hire.

        WE HAVE TO NAME IT, AND TALK ABOUT IT….if we want to bring JOBS back, we must have a QUALITY labor force for industry and businesses to hire.

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        • R-C says:

          On one side of the spectrum, we have the Trump children–stunningly well-prepared, capable; competent, great citizens–and on the other end of the spectrum, we have TMZ viewers who are ‘stretching’ to hold low-paying menial jobs.

          The damage wrought upon society by decades of leftist domination of public ‘education’ is bearing fruit in these low-information dunderheads who are almost incapable of contributing to society in any meaningful way.

          And yet, these low-information dunderheads enjoy universal suffrage, right along with those of us who are well-informed and productive. Pity, that.

          God Bless America. Please.

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    • LawrencePaul says:

      It is not only in America, over in the UK is almost as bad.
      The problem in my opinion is partly poor schooling but mostly Television. A few decades of 200 channels of puerile shite and a a TV in every room was always going to take it’s toll.

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    • Bart Manson ✓ᴺᵃᵗᶦᵒᶰᵃˡᶦˢᵗ says:

      This has been one of the goals of the liberal agenda for decades.

      Destroy the family.
      Destroy the community.
      Destroy the education system because a nation of imbeciles is easier to control.
      Create a reliance on government.

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    • I saw a similar segment on CNN the other night. Only Trump and Hillary were widely recognized. Some couldn’t even remember who so and so was even after being told and getting a second chance at it. This is why a poll of a head-to-head matchup of say Hillary vs Marco is dubious. Way to many people don’t know who Rubio is.

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    • Spoke with a Carson national HQ person today as we shared a street corner and handed out campaign materials to crowd attending Franklin Ghram’s event at the State House here in SC. This young man said Trump had been very good to them / Dr. Carson especially after Iowa. We told him we admire Carson and wished him good luck. Very cordial.

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  19. Paula says:

    Caller to Rush today: If it weren’t for Trump, the debates would focus on global warming, etc…
    Rush: That’s right, now we have the media asking the candidates what they think of what Trump said.

    Nice, Rush. Jerk.

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  20. zzschnops says:

    Listening to Savage. I think he just said that Trump was ahead by 16. and cruz has 3.

    Anyone heard any thing on the rest?

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  21. radicalpatriot says:

    Anyone seen this? Looks like FOX may be trying to get Trump supporters to stay home.
    http://www.wnd.com/2016/02/fox-news-prematurely-reports-new-hampshire-winner/

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  22. chojun says:

    Hey Guys, the following was posted to twitter:

    This is pretty disturbing.

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    • Howie says:

      Simple. They lie, they cheat. Trump won. They will lie and cheat tonight too.

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    • seventhndr says:

      Does anyone have more than a picture of an email though? I’ve seen this passed around, but it hasn’t been picked up anywhere.

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    • What is disturbing is that they are just letting it go. He can’t win if he won’t challenge the fraud. Maybe something is being done but I haven’t heard anything about it. There is little reason for Trump to stay in if he can’t do anything about the cheating. I mean if you can’t challenge the fraud then you have no way of winning, right

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    • Gail Combs says:

      I love those budweiser clydesdales. The foals were so much fun to watch. My boy friend worked across the street from the breeding farm in NH

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  23. Dora says:

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  24. Dumbplumber says:

    Hey Cruz, here’s your “Pussy”, from where the term was derived.

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  25. CrazyWorld says:

    Twitter, facebook and Instagram are shutting down Conservative voices by suspending accounts. Breitbart has the recent article about Twitter saying it was for safety reasons, that is not true. Recently joined Instagram where filthy threatning comments are approved but congratulating Trump, I was told was offensive several times. Today popup message said I was suspended for recent comments. All these Liberal social sites want to shut down all opposing voices during this Presidential season.

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